4 Tips For Safe LP Gas Storage

26 May 2015
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If your family relies on LP gas for heating, cooking or other things around the house, you might understand the importance of keeping some gas on hand at all times. Plus, if you are the type who likes to be prepared for anything, having gas in storage can help you feel better prepared for storms and other potential disasters. However, you might realize that storing propane can put you and your family at risk if you aren't careful. Read More 

Stay Safe and Enhance Your Emergency Response—Maintaining Your Fire Extinguishers

12 March 2015
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Whether you're seeking to protect a small home or a huge industrial complex, maintaining your fire suppression equipment is one of the most important safety challenges that you'll face. Your fire extinguishers are your first line of defense against fire, and making sure that they're always in their best operational shape is a vital part of doing all you can to protect your space. Below, you'll find a guide to maintaining your fire extinguishers. Read More 

How to Take Care of Your Lawn the Earth-friendly Way

11 March 2015
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Pesticides and harmful chemicals are often used to help treat lawns and landscaping. Not only is this bad for the environment, but it may not be the best thing for your lawn either. There are many ways you can take care of your lawn without the use of these chemicals that will make your yard lush and green while still helping to protect your environment. Use Organic Fertilizer With so many fertilizers on the market, it's no wonder there are many now available that are completely organic. Read More 

How to Choose the Best Type of Grass for Your Climate

6 March 2015
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Purchasing sod for your yard is an investment, so you need to ensure that you get the best grass type to meet your family's unique needs. The good news is that there are a wide variety of different grass types on the agricultural market today. Climate and Your Lawn's Grass Residential sod grasses are classified into two categories: cold season grasses hot season grasses Below, you'll learn about each category and which ones pair up best with your climate or home lifestyle. Read More